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Hot Tea (infusion) for parasites

by An excerpt from Herbal Antibiotics

October 2006

This is a traditional infusion used to eliminate intestinal worms. For malaria, it should be twice as strong, and the dosage doubled. It is very bitter and should be used with caution.

2 ounces of Wormwood
2 quarts of water

Place Wormwood in container, pour near-boiling water on top, cover tightly and let sit overnight. Strain, and press Wormwood to remove as much liquid as possible. Drink 1 cup 4 times per day. This amount will last 2 days. Make it again every 2 days, and continue for 8 days.

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